Sex & the Single Woman: Walled In

January 31, 2011 by  
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I have no problem going out and meeting guys, but recently I realized that I’m rarely exposed to new ones. Whenever I do go out with my friends, I am always with the same large group. While I love all of my friends and love when we all hang out together, I also love seeing […]

Why You DON’T Want to Be a Tiger Mother

January 30, 2011 by  
Filed under Parenting, Single Moms

Amy Chau’s book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, is causing anxiety in mothers everywhere, with good cause: It exposes the weaknesses in all of us. Chau has admitted to calling children bad names, to their faces. She  refused one daughter’s handmade birthday card for her, going so far as to toss it into the […]

Do You Go Gaga for Love? 7 Telltale Signs

January 29, 2011 by  
Filed under Finding Mr. Right, Relationships

Are you in love with the idea of being in  love or is it the real thing? Going “gaga” for someone is all about when you are in the initial “help me I am melting into your arms, you are the center of  my universe” feeling we all know– Only to fall out of love, just as […]

‘Je ne Sais Quoi’ Style

January 28, 2011 by  
Filed under Fashion & Beauty Advice, Style

It’s HER. She EMBODIES her style. More than style, it’s literally HOW she wears it. And not necessarily how she accessorizes and layers … though that is important because it’s the care with what she chose for accessories and layers. The point is that she does care. She’s aware. She enjoys it. And she’s CONFIDENT […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Judgement Days

January 28, 2011 by  
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Like most women, I rely on my close friends to give me their honest opinions on the men I date, and to help me weed out the ones who aren’t worthy. I’m lucky — my friends are usually spot-on, telling me right away when they aren’t impressed by a guy. This gets a little complicated, […]

Surprising Financial Lessons from a Caribbean Cruise

Do you ever tell yourself, “Some day I will…”? After going 16 straight months in my new entrepreneurial life without taking a single day off, I slammed head first into a mental wall. So I sought help from business strategist Alexis Martin Neely. I figured we’d dive right into my business model, but one of the […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Collision

January 27, 2011 by  
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Is it possible to have great chemistry with someone but to not be interested in dating him at all? This might not seem like such as intriguing question to other people, but I am a relationship girl through and through. Additionally, when I have strong chemistry with a guy, I usually want to date him. […]

Safety Tips for Online Dating

January 27, 2011 by  
Filed under Finding Mr. Right, Relationships

If you’re tired of being single and looking to meet that special someone, you’re certainly not alone. According to the US Census Bureau, there are 95.9 million unmarried people in the US, and 53 percent are women. With those kinds of odds, how in the world do we go about finding our lifelong love? Meeting […]

Sex & the Single Woman: Speaking of Blasts from the Past . . .

January 26, 2011 by  
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Last weekend I had two blasts from the past. The first I talked about Monday, but the other is slightly more perplexing to me. We have liked each other on and off for the past four years, but every time something seems on the verge of happening, one of us backs down. No matter what […]

Beating the Stress Weight Gain Connection

January 26, 2011 by  
Filed under Health, Health Trends

There are many reasons for the modern day prevalence of expanding waistlines: lack of physical exertion, poor diets, and the abundance of fat laden readily available packaged foods, are just a few of the reasons. Unfortunately, a principle culprit in our runaway weight epidemic of recent decades, that gets relatively little attention, is the intersection […]

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